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This plant was growing in a clump like cluster near a creek where the county is doing some work to improve drainage and stop flooding in our neighborhood. It has very pretty pinkish flowers and seems to attract butterflies. We rescued some cuttings and they are rooting quite well in our mist house. Unfortunately, we can't figure out what it is. Thanks for looking and any ideas as to what this one is.
Thanks again Dave, this one is going all long my fence line. What the Japanese beetles have done to my roses is a horrible site. I have had to cut them all way back to save them. Between those and the spider mites (they have gotten to my milkweed also) Mike spends alot of time using the spider mite wand to get rid of them. Maybe this plant will help!
The plant will devastate your Japanese beetle population. Last year the 4:00's and the Japanese beetles killed each other completely. This year, we have no Japanese beetles left and the 4:00's are doing great. :)